Guy robs sttore using a GamePad


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http://gizmodo.com/#!5793844/robbing-a-convenience-store-with-a-playstation-controller-is-doing-it-wrong

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Robbing A Convenience Store With A PlayStation Controller Is Doing It Wrong

Michael McWhertor — A St. Petersburg, Florida man tried—and failed miserably—to rob a convenience store by subjecting the clerk to the business end of a PlayStation controller, reports Bay 9 News. His mistake?

By performing said robbery in the presence of "a police officer who walked into the store in the middle of the robbery," according to police. Cameron Pittman (not pictured) was arrested by St. Petersburg police after attempting to play the staff of the Sun Food convenience store. Whether he had the gumption to perform said robbery with a DualShock controller or whether he got his hands on a more threatening PlayStation Move shooting attachment the report doesn't specify.

Bay 9 News simply refers to it as "a Sony Playstation remote control."

Pittman will be charged with strong-arm robbery and violation of probation.

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Better not carry it around Pindi, you never know who might mistake you for a thief ;)


#2

^^ seriously???

totally a useless thing you've posted


#3

You still read Gizmodo, even that the crappy layout version of Gizmodo!

Protip: Stay away from Gawker media, they suck.


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^^ seriously???

totally a useless thing you’ve posted

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seriously DEAR???

totally a useless thing you’ve posted :P


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You still read Gizmodo, even that the crappy layout version of Gizmodo!

Protip: Stay away from Gawker media, they suck.

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I read what I get through RSS Feeds

BTW Gawker does suck…too many bugs


#6

^That, and the fact that they suck. The iPhone 4 left in the bar brouhaha, the turning TVs off at a convention and whining about it when you get kicked out, and then Adrian Chen acting like a douchebag (a guy posted on reddit saying he was going to commit suicide because he was too ill, reddit showed massive amounts of sympathy, Adrian Chen tweeted he was the one pretending to be the guy to make redditors look like idiots, though no posts were seen from the reddit account which could have easily confirmed what he said) to show down reddit, these people do not deserve our pageviews/revenue, even their site stats show their traffic has fallen ~15% after the redesign. Engadget is much better than Gizmodo at the moment.